Brent Howison Recognized as Charlotte Mover & Shaker by Business Leader Media
Brent Howison, President of The Remi Group, has been honored as a 2012 Charlotte Mover & Shaker by Business Leader. The award recognizes some of the top professionals in Charlotte who are making a difference both in business and the community.
Charlotte, NC (I-Newswire) December 19, 2012 - The Remi Group is excited to announce that Brent Howison, President of The Remi Group, has been honored as a 2012 Charlotte Mover & Shaker by Business Leader. The award recognizes and honors some of the top professionals in the Charlotte area who are making a difference both in business and the community. Brent has demonstrated exceptional leadership within the company and has made a significant impact in the local community. “Brent’s passion for the business is infectious and inspires others to work hard and want to succeed,” remarks Dan Schuster, Founder and CEO of The Remi Group. “Brent not only spends his own time volunteering for the community, but has been successful in encouraging others to follow suit.”
One of Brent’s strategic goals is to double the size of The Remi Group in the next 5 years. As a testament to his leadership, the company was recently awarded the Inc. 5000 award and Charlotte Business Journal’s Fast 50 award, both for being one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the US and Charlotte, NC respectively. The company expects great things from Brent in 2013.
To view a copy of Brent’s 2012 Movers & Shakers Honorees profile in the November/December 2012 Charlotte Business Leader magazine, go to http://www.businessleadermagazine.com/BL_Digital_Mag/charlotte_dec12/index.html.
Jennifer Daugherty is a Business Development Coordinator for The Remi Group LLC, located in Charlotte, NC. The Remi Group is the lower cost alternative to equipment manufacturer service agreements and extended warranties. Since 1998, The Remi Group has been providing Equipment Maintenance Management Programs to the five major market segments: government, healthcare, education, financial, and commercial. To learn more about The Remi Group and the services they provide, visit www.theremigroup.com or call 1-888-451-8916 #1.
About The Remi Group
The Remi Group provides comprehensive Equipment Maintenance Management Programs for Hospitals & Heal More..thcare Providers, Financial Institutions, Government Agencies, Colleges and Universities, Grocery Stores, and Commercial Operations. We specialize in providing quality service, technical resources, innovative management systems, and financially secure solutions. The Remi Group does not repair or maintain equipment; however, we do provide our customers with the tools and support necessary to reduce their maintenance budget while improving equipment performance.Less..
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Published On:December 19, 2012
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